Did Monsanto plant GMO seeds before USDA approval?

Recently evidence has surfaced showing that Monsanto’s genetically altered alfalfa may have been set free in 2003 — a full two years or more before it was deregulated in 2005. In a letter, obtained by Natural Society with permission to post for public viewing, it becomes clear that the USDA may have turned a blind eye to the entire situation, allowing widespread GMO contamination of GMO-free crops.

View the original article here: Widespread GMO Contamination: Did Monsanto Plant GMO’s Before USDA Approval?

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